Curate Your Culinary Space: Discover The Bottom Mount Freezer


In today’s fast-paced world, convenience and style are paramount in every aspect of our lives, including our kitchens. Enter the Bottom Mount Freezer—a sleek refrigerator meticulously crafted to enhance both functionality and aesthetics, seamlessly integrating into the heart of your home.

Instant Hydration: The Built-In Water Dispenser[1]

Imagine those scorching summer days when all you crave is a refreshing sip. With the optional BPA-free[2] Water Dispenser of the Bottom Mount Freezer, that desire is instantly fulfilled. Tucked neatly into the door, this dispenser offers chilled, filtered water with just a touch, eliminating the need to open the fridge. Say goodbye to cluttered shelves and tedious refills, and welcome instant gratification. Plus, with this built-in dispenser, you avoid the hassle and cost of buying additional water dispensers or constantly purchasing and carrying water bottles.

Opens How You Want: The Reversible Door

Just like personalizing your favorite space, the Reversible Door feature of the Bottom Mount Freezer allows you to create a kitchen layout that fits your unique lifestyle like a glove. No more wrestling with awkward maneuvers to change the door direction, because, unlike traditional models, it doesn’t need to be laid down or tilted for replacement[3]! With Bottom Mount Freezers, simply customize the opening direction to suit your space and preferences effortlessly. Whether you prefer a left or right-hand opening, this innovative design adapts seamlessly, empowering you to curate a kitchen that aligns perfectly with your lifestyle. Say hello to a kitchen that’s as flexible as you are, without compromising on style or convenience.

Elevate your lifestyle with the Bottom Mount Freezer. Sophistication meets practicality, from the convenient Water Dispenser to the customizable Reversible Door, enhancing your kitchen with ease and elegance. For more information, please visit:

[1] Applicable to RB50DG632EB1ME model.

[2] Bisphenol A (BPA) is found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins, which are often used in food and beverage containers, and has been linked with possible adverse health effects.

[3] Removal of the door hinges and changing the door direction must be done by a qualified professional.